President Obama Should Read the State Department Report on Keystone XL

Has President Obama read his own State Department’s Draft Environmental Impact Statement (SDEIS)? From his interview over the weekend in the New York Times it doesn’t look like it.  If he had he would know that his State Department found – after almost five years of review and numerous studies – that Keystone XL would […]

OSFC Rapid Response on Obama’s Keystone Announcement

OSFC Rapid Response on Obama’s Keystone XL Announcement Not To Approve Keystone XL Unless Determined First It Will Not Lead to net Increase of GHG Emissions Update (3:49 P.M., ET, 6/25/2013): As expected, President Obama did mention the Keystone XL pipeline during his speech today, saying that a finding would be required to ensure the […]

NEW VIDEO: Facing the White House, Labor and Union Groups Urge Obama to Approve Keystone XL

“Life is defined by significant events, significant people and significant organizations. And brothers and sisters, today is just that – a group of significant people that have banded together, that came here today to fight for jobs.” – Terry O’Sullivan, President of Labors International Union of North America (LIUNA) A new Oil Sands Fact Check […]

NEW VIDEO: A Boon to the U.S. Economy: A Message to the President

*View the video HERE This morning, as the U.S. State Department commences its hearing in Nebraska on the Keystone XL pipeline, Oil Sands Fact Check released a new video, titled, “A Boon to the U.S. Economy: A Message to the President,” featuring Nebraska labor union members and manufacturers calling on President Obama to approve Keystone […]

NEW VIDEO: Keystone XL is a Boon to the U.S. Economy

With public support for the Keystone XL project only growing, Oil Sands Fact Check today released a new video featuring the unscripted voices of labor union members and manufacturers that explain why approval of this project is so critical: Americans need these jobs. Check out the video in our “Featured Video” section or through YouTube […]

Keystone XL & the Oil Sands: Investment = Jobs

FACT: Oil sands development linked to the Keystone XL pipeline could support 117,000 new U.S. jobs by 2035. (CERI) Download Infographic